Fintra’s easy to understand Bike Loan EMI Calculator helps you calculate the EMI required to pay for Bike Loan.
EMI is a short form of “Equated Monthly Instalment”. Bike Loan EMI includes the repayment of principal as well as interest amount on your Bike loan. EMI primarily depends upon Amount, Rate of interest, and Time period. The longer the time period and lesser would be the EMI, but you will end up paying more interest to your lender
Fintra has come with a very effective tool so that you can calculate your Bike Loan EMI easily depending on various factors like rate of interest, tenure of the loan, etc. This will help you calculate the Bike loan.
All you need to do is input the following to arrive at your Bike Loan EMI:
• Loan Amount: Enter the Loan Amount that you need for your Bike
• Interest Rate (% per annum): Input prevailing interest rate that bank is charging
• Loan Tenure (in years): Enter your desired loan term for which you wish to avail of the loan. A longer tenure increases the chances of getting loan approval.
1. Helps you decide the EMI accurately without any errors and helps you make a desired plan that how you intend to pay back the EMI.
2. Saves your time which you would have wasted doing a long calculation to calculate the EMI amount which is a very exhaustive and time-consuming process.
3. You can access our EMI calculator anytime anywhere on our website or from our app.
How is Bike Loan EMI calculated?
The formula used to calculate the EMI is
EMI = [P x R x (1+R) ^N]/[(1+R) ^N-1]
Where P = Loan amount
R = Rate of interest
N = Tenure in number of months
Using the formula, you now have an idea that higher the loan amount or the rate of interest higher the EMI. Well the EMI payments decrease with the increase in tenure. But why get into this much hassle when you can do it all much more efficiently using an EMI calculator.
What are the factors that your Bike Loan EMI is dependent upon?
Other Factors affecting Bike Loan EMI
Flexible loan repayment option
Some banks offer flexible repayment of loans option in which the EMI’s vary over time. In step-up loans, you pay lower EMI in starting which eventually increases. In cases of step-down loans, you pay higher EMI in starting which decreases over the period.